Granite Reef Underground Storage and Recovery Project
The Granite Reef Underground Storage and Recovery Project facility is an integral part of the largest water management system under development for the Phoenix metropolitan area. The project...

Community Based Marine Reserves, a Philippine First
This paper describes the Marine Conservation and Development Program (MCDP) of Silliman University, Dumaguete, Philippines. MCDP was a two-year project designed to enable three local communities...

Offsite Habitat Mitigation Banking: The Port of Long Beach Experience
Since 1981, the Port of Long Beach has been involved in developing and constructing habitat enhancement projects outside of the Port's jurisdiction as mitigation for port...

Caribbean Coastal Marine Productivity (CARICOMP): A Regional Laboratory Network
The CARICOMP (Caribbean Coastal Marine Productivity) project began with a workshop in 1982. Marine scientists from 12 Caribbean nations gathered to consider the factors controlling the...

Sanctuaries for Lake Trout in the Great Lakes
Three lake trout sanctuaries have been established in Lake Michigan: the Fox Island Sanctuary of 121,500 ha, in the Chippewa-Ottawa Treaty fishing zone in the northern region of the lake;...

The ARC Reefs: Designed Artificial Reef Systems
Results of laboratory tests and preliminary results of field tests indicate materials and designs incorporated in The American Reef Corporation (ARC) designed artificial reef structures...

New Directions in Atlantic Artificial Reef Development
The National Fishing Enhancement Act (PL 98-623) of 1984 placed a new emphasis on the role of artificial reefs in fishery development and management. Subsequently, the growth of marine...

Rocky Habitat Mitigation Using Artificial Reefs in Puget Sound, Washington
In Puget Sound, Washington, artificial reefs are being studied to determine their potential to mitigate for man-caused degradation of rocky habitat. These studies demonstrate the biological...

Little River: An Investigation of Coastal Environment
Little River is located about 6. 5 kilometres north of Comox on the east side of Vancouver Island. The last major flood in February of 1983 resulted in the river breaking through the beach...

Marine Resource Management in the Java Sea
The pressures on the resources of the southern Java Sea along the north coast of Java are probably greater than anywhere else in the country, and some of the resources have certainly suffered...

Combination of Cobble and Sill Controls Erosion
Two types of erosion controls that have had their own successes separately - cobble beach nourishment and a modular previous sill - were deployed in a successful combination to protect...

Pressure Fluctuations on the Floow of Hydraulic Jumps
This paper presents the results of an experimental investigation regarding the variation of r. m. s. value of pressure fluctuations on the floor of free and forced hydraulic jumps formed...

Lower Mississippi River Salt Intrusion Modeling
A laterally averaged numerical model called LAEM has been employed for both a 40- and 55-ft channel. In addition, LAEM has been applied with an increased height of the natural river crossing...

Taxing Response Evasion on the Great Barrier Reef
A class of models known as randomized response designs has been shown to reduce survey response bias to incriminating questions by assuring respondent confidentiality. The purpose of this...

Coastal Zone Management of Puerto Galera
This paper summarizes the efforts to reconcile the needs, problems, measures and programs in carrying out effectively the management of the coastal zone in Puerto Galera. To attain the...

Design and Monitoring of an Ice Drill Pad
An ice pad was sucessfully designed and built to provide a suitable foundation for an exploratory drill rig in the National Petroleum Reserve of Alaska in early 1985. Design considerations...

Formation of a Caribbean Coastal Management Unit
Rational management of Caribbean coastal areas is hindered by the poor state of knowledge of coastal ecosystems and by shortage of manpower with expertise in coastal management. To address...

Oil Platforms as Reefs: Oil and Fish CAN Mix
Offshore oil and gas production platforms function as excellent artificial reefs, providing a hard substrate for corals, bivalves and other sessile animals, as well as food and shelter...

Designed Reefs for Habitat Loss Compensation
Coastal and ocean development challenge resource managers responsible for the conservation and maintenance of marine and estuarine resources with the task of mitigating or compensating...

Reef Type Breakwaters for Shoreline Stabilization
The function of reef type breakwaters as a shoreline stabilization measure and the response of the shoreline to these structures are discussed. The application and effectiveness of reef...

 

 

 

 

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